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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe F train howls to a stop, and the subway sketcher boards a front car, its windows clouded with white spray paint, its benches filled with characters. Ed Velandria takes a seat, pulling a computer tablet and touch pen from his black backpack. He...
Tags: Health, Minority Groups, Entertainment, Family, Gaming
Times Staff WriterEarlier this summer, I took a table at an open-air cafe in Midtown Manhattan's Bryant Park and asked the waiter to bring me a glass of vintage New York City tap water. I was celebrating the successful completion of several expeditions along the Old Croton...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersPeople likened it to a bomb, to midnight, to a volcano and, finally, when the air was choked with soot and smoke, to hell. In the aftermath of the explosions Tuesday morning that shook the twin towers of the World Trade Center, thousands struggled to...
Times Staff WritersFinancial markets rebounded today from morning losses in the wake of a heightened terrorist alert that left many of the nation's most prominent financial institutions — including the New York Stock Exchange in Manhattan and the International...
Special to The TimesWhen I planned my first trip to New York City — so long ago that one of the biggest-selling guidebooks was titled "New York on $5 a Day" — I read that this was the only city besides Washington where the president could visit and most residents...
-->By a ChicagoTribune Staff WriterWhen they heard about the attack on the two buildings, Dominick Pezzulo and other Port Authority officers at a Midtown bus terminal commandeered a New York City bus to get downtown, said Gus Danese, president of the Port Authority Police Benevolent...
-->By a ChicagoTribune Staff WriterA avid gardener, frequent traveler and the father of five grown sons, Richard Keane, 54, of Wethersfield, Conn., was the type of person who knew everyone in the airport lounge. "He loved to tell stories," said Judy, his wife of 31 years. "He'd have...
Times Staff WriterSome of us rate hotels by service, others by location or luxury. But what about the price of a room per square foot? It's not a frivolous question, especially in a place like Manhattan, where hotel rooms are getting dearer and, if anything, smaller....
VarietyActress Amanda Bynes was arrested for reckless endangerment Thursday night and taken into custody for a psychiatric evaluation, according to NBC New York. The 27-year-old ex-Nickelodeon star reportedly threw a bong out the window of her New York...
The Hartford CourantOn the night before the first anniversary of the death of Marina Keegan, the 22-year-old writer who was killed in a car crash on Cape Cod days after graduating magna cum from Yale, her play "Utility Monster," will have its world premiere at the...
More than a century ago, the rumbling, sputtering automobile put the horse and buggy out of business. Now, Jason Wenig wants to help history repeat itself. The owner of a Dania Beach car restoration company, Wenig is on a unique mission: harness today's...
If electric cars are to succeed, they need to be more visible. Only approximately 50,000 were sold nationwide last year, and that means that, everywhere but California, they're still pretty much under the radar. I've long believed that car buyers are...
Tags: Volt, Hybrid Vehicles, Ford, BMW, Prius
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